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get skipped out. >> michelle obama is a hoot. i was with them in oslo when he won the nobel peace prize and he had to make a comment. and he's writing and writing and writing and michelle says to him what, are you doing, selling your memoirs? >> she brings him down a peg. championship that's extraordinary. that never happens. i never heard of that, actually a wife putting her hub in her place? i never heard that. >> he would joke about that on the campaign trail. he thought he was the best thing since sliced bread, but she reminded him that he wasn't. >> think about the presidents before him. to one degree or another they had spent their entire adult lives in the public eye. what's strike building the president obamas is that in 2003 you could have sat next to them on a plane and had no idea who they were. so the journey from normalcy to being the most famous people in the world is so striking. chris: despite averageness of this family. >> i think they sort of are in the position where they sort of view their lives with an element of gee whiz, pinch me now sense as well. they seem
dance partner, michelle obama. [ applause ] >> you can forget the pomp and circumstance. question on their mind, you were on the edge of your seat. what was michelle going to wear? >> abc's deborah roberts has more. ♪ >> reporter: there they were, dancing their first dance. her in a gown millions of women will soon have to have. michelle obama dazzled in a navy blue coat by little known american thom browne. who only learned his design was chosen when he saw it. >> i know she had a lot of other people that she could have chosen from, and to be the one that she chose is one of those amazingly humbling experiences. >> reporter: browne, best known for men's, not lady's wear, could benefit from the first lady's midas touch. >> any time mrs. obama wears one of your designs, a fashion designer ascends. it's a phenomenal career maker. j. crew made that belt and purple gloves she wore with the coat. so rest assured that the phone will be ringing off the hook. style watchers say michelle obama seems so accessible, american women just want to look like her. deborah roberts, abc news, wash
to see the introduction of the first lady of the united states, michelle obama. as you watched her grow in this role the last four years, what do you think? >> well she has done -- she is a, the most popular person in america just about. she has firmed up the sense of this family as a very responsible family that people can relate to, which was not always going to be obvious. so i think she has had that important role. she has not had the role hillary clinton had of getting involved in public policy. and i wouldn't be surprised -- and this is something she is capable of doing so i wouldn't be surprised over the second term if she drifts more in into that role. more publicly, i think she has had a significant role behind the scenes. >> jill biden has just been introduced to the crowd and taken her place. mark? >> i think it's remarkable, when she started in the campaign in 2008, where the remark about, i've never been more proud of my country, she was attacked and became a political listening rod, and it's been a very conscious, concentrated and effective effort to bring her back to the
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and gentlemen, my better half and my dance partner, michelle obama. >> reporter: at the commander in chief's ball, jennifer hudson sang "let's stay together" as the first couple danced the first dance of the new term. mrs. obama revealing she had chosen jason wu yet again to design the inaugural gown. next, the inaugural ball, where 30,000 people expected to attend. this inaugural ball follows on a tradition started in 2009 to open up these events to every-day americans. a ticket cost as little as $60 and got people an amazing lineup to entertainers ♪ obama on fire >> reporter: alisha keys tweaked a rendition of her famous song. brad paisley brought the country. ♪ >> reporter: and stevie wonder rocked down the house, while jamie fox serenaded the bidens. ♪ i can't stop loving you ♪ >> there was also a special performance by mexico's hottest rock band. >> i'm here with mena, whippers of multiple grammies and latin grammys, amlex, you have supported president obama. so many hispanic americans came out for him. why do you think that happened? >> it's very easy. obama and the democrats
. >> in the midst of all this spectacle, michelle obama says she's keeping her kids grounded. we're going to peel back the curtain on the kids' daily routine and see how their lives have changed in the white house. and an interview with former secretary of state colin powell, as he would like to see an african american president who's a republican in his lifetime. first an inaugural flashback. >>> we must be ready to dare all for our country. >> i think the reason so many inaugural speeches are not memorable is they're like graduation speeches. the president reaches for these large themes. we remember lincoln's. we remember fdr's. do we remember reagan's? >> let us begin an era of national renewal. >> we remember jfk's. >> ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. >> sometimes they fall flat. it does depend upon the circumstance -- if there's a war, if there's a depression, those are the moelts that create great speeches in a certain sense, but it also depends upon the person being able to inject himself into that moment. ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we b
at the driveway of his mississippi home. michele obama and her daughters looking very happy. let's take a listen. [patriotic music playing] bret: it there we see vice president joe biden introduced. nancy pelosi is behind him and then you see president obama. it is still ain't getting ready for that speech. megyn: it will all be written out for him, there is nothing to worry about. [footsepts] [footsteps] [inaudible conversations] [patriotic music playing] megyn: that was the president walking through the credits. can anybody tell me what that is? bret: it is the part right under the middle of the statuary hall where the donors. megyn: do think that is an odd name for that part of our capital? speech you know, i don't. megyn: they have emerged through the crypt and now shall begin shell began the actual ceremony. we have been listening and will continue to listen to the united states marine band. they have been playing since 1801 for thomas jefferson. they are america's oldest professional musical organization. >> the president of the united states, barack obama. [applause] [cheers] [applause] [
and taking pictures with their family, i promise you, michelle and i are very nice to them, and we have a wonderful time, but it doesn't prevent them from going under the floor of the house and, you know, blasting me for being a big spending socialist. >> good morning, everyone. january 15th. it's raining out there. >> it's miserable. >> with us on set is msnbc contributor, mike barnicle. his outfit. >> what's up, mike? >> and former democratic congressman, harold ford junior. >> good morning. >> we'll do that later, alex. also, we have this obesity story, coca-cola making changes. i love that. >> they're putting more sugar in. >> no. do you know what they're doing? any know the story? >> yeah, i do. >> they're getting ready for the lawsuits? >> come on. helping america. coming up with smaller cans, 140 calories. >> are people suing coke? >> i think there will be major lawsuits, much like tobacco, against junk food manufacturers and soda pop makers, but they're going to try and mitigate that. >> see what's on today? one month after 20 6 and 7 year-olds were slaughtered, the daily news,
to "squawk box" here on cnbc. i'm michelle caruso ka arcabrerh ross westgate. kelly's off. we'll have more coming up -- there's been a traffic jam in the region. the s&p rising back above the five-year high that it reached -- >> kidding, kidding. kidding. >> he doth protest too much. in every joke there is a whisper of truth. >> kidding -- is that the expression? >> in spanish -- [ spanish ] >> i don't know whether andrew is delayed because of traffic or can't decide the proper look for a snow day. could be a sweater -- >> sweater? >> a zipper sweater. >> a zweater? >> yeah. you don't get up early enough -- do you live in the georgia? >> yes. >> you're here. >> yes. >> okay. i live 35 miles away. >> and you made it. >> and i have a sports car. >> and andrew lives in the city, he didn't make it. >> don't live where there's a bridge or tunnel between you and where you work is good advice. >> that would mean i have to live in new jersey and i don't want to live in new jersey. >> you made it here. too good for new jersey? too good for new jersey, are you? >> i'm single. i want to live in new y
to and embrace. that's a wonderful quality. >> she has set the trend. before michelle obama arrived in washington, you did not see every anchor on television, especially local television, in sleeveless dresses. this is something that she did. we've seen that with past first ladies. we saw it with jackie kennedy and pill box hats. this is something that michelle obama will be remembered as someone who changed fashion in america. and i think a lot of people are lifting weights so they could wear the sleeveless dresses. >> getting up at 4:30 to 5:00 in the morning to workout. i want to turn to matt dowd because he can have an opinion on this because he has passion. you've been talking so much about the way family is now central to american politics in a way it never was. >> it's become much more of a choice about the couple than just the person. up until now, the man, running for office. it's now becoming -- american takes a prism of what they want to see and want in a president, not only from him, but also from the couple and from the family. and that's become very important. >> we saw president bi
is michelle obama's role going to be in this -- >> they have decisions to make with this. she's so popular. >> and she's a real asset and so likable. >> the fact that she announced ofa, the 501-c4 suggests he could be taking a more direct policy role. she's not doing policy in the way mrs. clinton did, but i suspect ofa could give her a way to think about how to connect the volunteerism traditional model of a first lady job with a more accurate policy role. >> she'll be a motivator in the base, no doubt. >> she's done so much with joining forces with the military families, and also with dr. jill biden, there's the vice president. >> senator lamar alexander from tennessee. >> on the inaugural committee. >> are we noticing the jfks a pekaspect to the joe biden atti today? he's not a subtle man. >> that's what we like best about joe, though. >> does joe biden have an enemy in washington? i mean, joe biden, talk about his popularity and him potentially running, but of all the years spent in washington, is there an anti-joe biden core in washington? i don't know anybody in politic who is is. >>
also performed, but it was michelle obama's hair do is what folks were talking about. >> this is what inauguration is all about. it's about celebrating who we are as americans and all the things that make this country so great and when i think about who we are, when i think about what makes america great, i think about all of you, our men and women in uniform, our military spouses, and our amazing military kids. >> today was also something called gun appreciation day. thousands of gun advocates gathering across the country to rally against the president's proposals to reduce gun violence. >> too many in this country have been silent too long. we cannot -- we cannot -- we cannot be silent any longer. those 20 beautiful children who lost their lives in newtown are no longer able to speak for themselves. we have to speak for them. >> trying to outlaw certain black guns because they're black guns and hold large rounds of ammunition isn't going to do anything to stop those monsters >> i don't think it's really something they should attack. it's our amendment. it's our right to bear arms if
of the fashion world on the first lady, michelle obama, from her inaugural outfit to her gown for the balls to her choice for today's prayer service at the national cathedral. the first lady is getting high marks, rave reviews. cnn's alina cho takes a closer look. >> hey, wolf and kate, we all know by now that dressing first lady michelle obama for a high profile history-making event like the inauguration is a real game changer for a designer. last night, the biggest prize as we all know went to jason wu, the designer of mrs. obama's inaugural gown. sound familiar? today, the fashion world got some more eye candy. more pictures of the first lady looking fabulous. think the inaugural fashion parade is over? think again. at the national prayer service, first lady michelle obama, hair back, bangs still on full display, wore a custom ivory wool dress and matching coat by a designer who was also in the running for the gown. that top honor as the world now knows went to jason wu, proving lightning does strike twice. >> the second she came out, everyone just let out the biggest scream. the whole e
interesting to emerge is michelle obama bangs now have their own twitter account. >> stephanie: but the best moment of the inauguration, historical moment in shade throwing. >> oh, yeah. >> stephanie: the eye roll she gave john boner. >> i showed you that on the street yesterday. >> stephanie: of everything that happened, we were like you have got to see this! she is eating and the president is next to her talking to boner, and boner said something, and she just keeps eating. and then he says something else and oh my god teenage eye roll. >> an eye slap. >> eye backhand. >> stephanie: she is like oh please with your orange bs today. it was a stupid joke or whether he just said something -- i don't know. >> i was hoping that story would emerge that somebody would figure out -- >> we need a lip reader. >> stephanie: oh, we should book that. >> yeah, then we would be just like the bill o'reilly program. >> stephanie: tony give us cut one. the actual oath of office. what a day. oh -- >> raise your right hand and repeat after me, i barack hussein obama do solumly s
in the white house, but you also are friends with the family. how is michelle obama and the girls? how are they holding up given how tough it is to live in the bubble there? >> i think they are all thriving and i think the president is as energized as i have ever seen him. he learned a lot in the first term and his confidence has grown. how little you know until you are here. with the four-year track record he has the wind at his back. the first lady is in great spirits. i hope everyone has seen the snazzy bags she is wearing and feeling good. she feels good because her children are thriving. the family is doing well and everyone is humbled and honored to know the president will be here representing our country and leading our country for another four years. >> valerie, thank you so much for taking the time to be on the show this morning. enjoy the day. >> thank you, thank you. thanks for everything. it's been a good four years with you all as well. >> thank you. thank you for still talking to me four years later. >> come on. you know i love you, joe. >> you just made
a good party. >> i like a good party. in fact, he went out last night with michelle obama, his wife for her 49th birthday, had a good party at cafe milano. jon stewart has some things to say about lance armstrong and all of the faith that some of us put into lance armstrong, even wearing that dumb bracelet. >> number 3: >> i believed nu-lance armstrong armstrong. i space -- i shelled out a dollar for a rubber let. i did it for you. when i think of the fact that i spent a... >> well, i think we all 0 cancer an apology. or is that not the lesson. >> lance armstrong giving cancer a bad name. don't you think? >> wow. >> at the grammies tina fey and amy poehler with a lot of current comp temporary jokes including about catherine bigalow, the director of zero dark 30. >> a great year for film women in film catherine bigelow nominated tonight. i haven't really been following the controversus see over zero dark 30 but when it comes to torture, i trust a lady who spends three years married to james cameron. >> that's a great line. a big surprise guest at the g
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an impact this has all had on their lives. mary robinson, michelle obama's mother with the family. lives in the white house. bill: there is always a moment that you remember on a personal level when you attend an inauguration in washington, d.c. and from january of 2001 after that divisive battle in tallahassee, florida, between al gore and george bush, i remember the rains pouring undo on the streets of washington, d.c. four years later. it was the freedom speech with george bush 43 starting his second term. it was a cold, cold day but he was setting out what he believed the transformation for the rest of the world and democracy would prevail. the four years ago, the gentleman from louisiana crystalized for me the moment and for millions to watch that. we'll see what moment comes today. that's why we're here in washington. we await that. martha: we talked moments ago to neil cavuto. he will cover all today's events for fox business network. starting 11:00 a.m. he will be live from lafayette park. you can always watch neil at 4:00 p.m. on "your world" from fox news channel. bill: he will
is michelle obama on the announcement. very positively to walmart move. no one thinks they should have to fight for a job once they return home. no guarantees that the that will get a job, but they are saying, hey, we want you military veterans. there is other news as well, $50 billion in u.s. products is what walmart plans to purchase for its store shelves. urban legend gets a lot of its products overseas, two thirds of its products come from u.s. manufacturers. that is said to increase because asia labor costs are going up and shipping costs are going up as well. dagen: walmart has a history of hiring veterans. this is not anything new. it is illustrated in the executive comments. >> the world's biggest retailer. the workforce about the size of the u.s. military. he wants military veterans. this will be a great pr because of the negative reactions and union protests around the country. it is an interesting pr move. he wants them, he thinks they are great workers. connell: today it is all positive. thank you, liz. dagen: already the largest private employer. despite being non-union. c
morning. >> i know michelle obama said back in 2009 at the first inaugural, the national service day was her favorite part of the entire event. i also know she and her husband, and the bidens and you would like to grow that event. how do you go about doing it? >> oh, we're so excited. we have events in every state. we have more than 2,000 different events. there will be more than 50,000 volunteer opportunities for people to take advantage of. and on the mall alone, as you mentioned, there will be more than 100 organizations participating in seven different events in what we believe to be the largest service event ever taking place in our nation's capital. >> i was looking, the world giving index shows the united states among the top ten countries with the most generous citizens. americans are committing more and more of their time, their energy and their money to serving others. do you think this is something that crosses all generations? in other words, are people your age and even younger getting involve involved as much as perhaps some older americans are? >> oh, absolutely. you k
and folks are coming up and taking pictures with their family, i promise you, michelle and i are very nice to them and we have a wonderful time. but it doesn't prevent them from going on to the floor of the house and blasting me for being a big-spending socialist. >> bill: that kind of goes with the territory. >> yeah. i think every president has to deal with that. >> bill: yeah. there are those. but people tend to be nice. civil. somebody asked me the other day like when i get recognized out shopping or restaurants or kind of whatever, how many people really come up to me and say i hate your guts? and it is almost nobody ever does. there are a lot of people that hate my guts but the people that come up usually just say hi, how are you? nice to see you. enjoy your program or love your work or whatever. >> you realize you just opened up pandora's box. because the next time you get seen -- >> bill: to me, it convinces me most people are chicken because i get all of the hate mail. but -- and i know that maybe what it is the people who really hate me, when they see me, they would rather not sa
lady michelle obama is praising walmart for its plan to put veterans to work. the company announced today it will hire more than 100,000 veterans over the next five years. the jobless rate among former service members is almost 11%. compare that to 7.5% for people who are nonveterans. mrs. obama is challenging other businesses to follow walmart's lead. >>> and as president obama prepares to be sworn in, his kenyan half-brother is preparing a campaign. ma'lik obama tells cnn he's running for governor of a county in kenya where his and the president's father was born. he says president obama gave him the advice to, quote, have thick skin, be honest, and be sincere. ma'lik and president obama are quite close. each served as the other's best man at their weddings. good luck to him. >>> facebook is unveiling a very cool new feature it's calling graph search. it scours the massive social network to answer more sophisticated searches, like, who are my friends living in washington, and maybe find photos of kate and joe, if you so choose. for now, graph search focusing on four main areas, pe
lady michelle obama's 49th birthday. i'm sure she loves we're all talking about that. it's not clear what her and the president's plans are, but our brianna keilar had this exchange with white house press secretary, jay carney. >> and finally, it's the first lady's birthday today, i believe. >> it is. >> can you tell us anything about how the president and the first family are celebrating her birthday? >> i don't want to ruin the surprise. >> anything that may have already happened? >> no, you know -- >> he's not waiting until the very end of the day to acknowledge -- >> you know, that's a personal thing. i don't have anything for that on you -- on that for you. >> we do know that mrs. obama launched a new twitter account today, @flotu. and wolf's favorite breaking news of the day, and she tweeted out a photo, revealing a new look, get this, bangs, everybody! so the first lady celebrating her birthday with a new hairdo, and of course, happy birthday. >> very happy birthday to the flotus, the first lady of the united states, as opposed to the potus, the president of the united states.
understanding the vice president will be walking, there is the first lady, michelle obama. ab stod stoddard is with us. reading all the blogs, what will she be wearing. narrate if if you will. >> she is in combination a tom brown dress. she has a different bells on. j. crew and j. crew shoes. this will go to the national arc kifs immediately after she wears it. she looks absolutely smashing. understated but truly elegant. shepard: she has entered the crypt and come down the stairs. she will be announced as we she walks out. first lady will be followed by the president. let's listen as they make the now traditional walk. this is five inaugurations for me and walking down these stairs every day is challenge for every human who tries it. >> it is not easy. it is dark in there and slippery. this is not the time to have an accident. shepard: certainly not. only a few million, tens of millions of people watching this moment. let's listen, the first lady of the united states about to be announced as she comes in prior to the ceremonial inauguration of her husband for his second term in office. her
because michelle is over there. you know what happens you is hear that there are riots, and you send her over to confirm it. it's not that they're rioting because she's there. >> then you wouldn't be -- you think that the transports right now are for some reason they're up here but no good reason. >> it's not that the stocks are somehow omniscient, they're a reflection of the underlying goods flow. >> is there any of the groups in the transports more vulnerable? rails are still pretty good, right? >> we have the truckers rated underperform. >> the truckers are where you're worried about -- >> i'm worried the most there. quite frankly we're seeing 6 something percent cost inflation get improved margin wer. out of that? very difficult. very difficult. least worried about certain segments of rail union pacific in particular simply because they're a great ben rush i of fracking and the research the chemical research. >> okay. we'll -- be a little less bullish maybe just listen like you said, we'll keep that in mind. thank you. >> thank you. >> all right. when we come back on "squawk," the ce
to michele bachmann. she just had this sour look at her face throughout the whole speech. i was thinking good! good! i hope this hurts! >> bill: that was. that whole idea, right which republicans were putting out there during the campaign. that there are takers and there are makers. 47% are the makers and everybody else -- the 47% are the takers. >> you'll remember during the first debate, he got a lot of criticism for not addressing the 47%. this is when he did. this is when he kind of got the last word in that debate. >> bill: absolutely. no. very powerful moment. 1-866-55-press. by the way while all of us were watching, i'll take your calls when we come back with igor volsky from think progress. while all of us were watching the inaugural ceremony, the virginia legislature was going in the opposite direction. the president talked about the importance of the right to vote, trying to make it -- well, not such an equal vote when it comes to legislative districts in virginia. we'll tell you all about that when we come back here on today's "full court press." >> announcer: this is the "full cou
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